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DAWLEY'wS TEN-FErViW PfOVELS-^NO. 1.
fSTTwO RIVALS; OR, MAN -AM MONEY !
FROM THE FRENCH OF EMILE SOUVESTRE.
The very name of French novel may conjure up ideas equally alarm-
ing with that of French cookery. Whether' we shall be regaled with
" Jillet of a fenny snake," instead of fillet of sole ; whether an oyster-fed
cat can be ingeniously made to represent rabbit; or a poodle noarisjfci
op spongecake transformed into the similitude of a pheasant. Admit-
ting that much French literature is, ijke .sausage-rolls, light and disap-
pointing; granting that Dumas is wild, Paul de Kocfc licentious, and Sue
too often prolific of horrors, it by no means- follows that the same*.soil
which sends forth biietle and brier, may rM breed celandine and daisy.
MWlEY'S T EN^FEJVA'Yl^O VEJ^— HO. 2*.
DARE-DEVIL OICK; OB, THE cWsT1f~G0Ld"!
A STORY OF L.\yir.\SD SEA. .
This is a most singular story of a you'.ig'/jh n who was cursed hy the
. power of gold, having had an immenset aUme placed to his credit in a
bank, by a mysterious, individual uuk'uo" u to him ; after which he be-
came associated with 'gamblers ami bad mi'ii; by whom he became iu-
'volved in a duel, was wounded, became a wanderer, 'was impressed into
The British navy,, where uis career- com ninne^ as i .AKIJ-DEVIL DICK,
a dauntless sailor, anil one of the mos't,.,daiing, wenitght say reckless,
fighting men in the B^fcfejh/navy, throu^frwhose means the •'tfautissirha"
a Spanish corvxtt^, was .ca^firVi. loaded with an aufount of doubloons,
moidores,. and pieces of Bfghl, that would be 'astuni-ihihg even to the peo-
ple of nurmvii day.
THE FREEBOOTER'S PRIZE !
A TAEE OF THE OCEAN.
The above tale is one of the most truthful and exciting which has ever
characterized the adventures of any Past Middy of the British navy. The
adventurer leaving home in comparative poverty ; his enlistment upon
a war-vessel ; his desertion ; joining bis fortune upon tho deck of a pi-
rate ; his re-desert on : his next appearance upon a merchantman ; the
merchantman's fight with the pirate; the Quaker Captain; the Captain
de juerrc; his tremendous fighting; the chase ; final capture of the pi-
rate, and marriage of the hero concludes one of the- most daring tales,
that has ever-been recorded upon paper, and which excites the admira-
tion of all.
T. II. DAWLKV, Publisher,
(3 &. i5 Park Row, New York.
77 'A oSH. 03SW